This loose-fitting garment is knit sideways starting at the armhole with yarn over increases that shape the fabric and leave decorative holes. Two halves are seamed in the middle and the deep neckline is finished with a sleek stockinette stitch border. I knit this drapey shirt outside in the breezey winds of Banaue, Philippines. It resulted in a casual comfy layer ideal for featuring beautiful hand dyed yarns like A Verb for Keeping Warm Even Tinier Annapurna.
Sizes: Small Medium, Large Sample photographed is size Medium.
Finished Measurements: 25 30, 35” / 64 76, 89cm wide from armhole to armhole, 21 25, 29″ / 53 61, 74cm long at center back, 27 30, 33″ / 69 76, 84cm long from top neck edge to bottom point. Measurements taken after blocking. Garment is designed to fit with a drapey loose fit.
Small is sized for a 34-39” / cm bust circumference
Medium is sized for a 40-45” / cm bust circumference
Large is sized for a 46-51” / cm bust circumference
Yarn: Light fingering weight
Yardage: 900 1000, 1100yds / 823 914, 1006m
Shown in: A Verb for Keeping Warm Even Tinier Annapurna
Colorway - Filigree
Needles: 40″ US 4 / 3.5mm circular
Spare circular needle same size or smaller
Notions: 1 stitch marker, tapestry needle